There is much talk about the customer experience and how our customers may view us as a recruitment company. For us to do a good job it is important that we establish a good relationship with our customers. A company needing our help with a recruitment must feel confident that we will find the
Today, we live longer, we are healthier, we continuously educate ourselves throughout our lives and mental age is becoming more fluid. Career-wise we also see large trends; interim employment on the rise, it is more common to change roles and also change employer more frequently. To also entirely change career mid-life is no longer part of the exception.
Anyone who is looking to recruit today will be aware of the current state of the recruitment market. Candidate´s tend to have the upper hand and the recruiting companies themselves increasingly set higher demands to avoid wrong and costly hires.
Sophie Lempert is one of our most experienced recruitment consultants and decided early on to specialize in the field of Finance & Legal, one of our areas of expertise at Harvey Nash. The ability to work with these often more regulated roles and to better leverage her own network of seasoned professionals in this industry has contributed to her ambition of making a difference and adding more value to our customers.
Anne Frazetto, CIO at Harvey Nash USA writes in her latest article on why the candidates’s still have the upper hand in today’s job market, despite the fact that employers have the jobs, the benefits packages and the growth opportunities. Read the full article here.
Since 2015, Mirja Holmberg is part of our team and one of our most senior consultants. She has helped build our offer with strong functional areas of expertise and dared to carve out a niche for herself in Marketing, Communication & Sales.
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As the roles of IT leaders expand, they have more say in business. But that also means there is plenty keeping them up at night as they work to stay ahead of ever-changing technology. Anna Frazzetto, CIO of Harvey Nash, addresses the top concerns of other CIOs in her blog on CIO.com.